Sisprenatal As an Evaluation Instrument of the Pregnant Woman Care in the Strategy Family Health
Introduction: prenatal care comprises a set of care aimed at preserving the health of pregnant women and the fetus, intervening at an early stage in risk situations. The SISPRENATAL was created to oversee the actions scheduled for PHPN and facilitate the transfer of funds. However, the high rates of maternal and neonatal morbidity and mortality are still a challenge to public health. Objective: To investigate, in national literature, the use of SISPRENATAL in assessing the health care of pregnant women in the Family Health Strategy. Method: integrative systematic, which seeks to answer << How SISPRENATAL used to assess the health care of pregnant women in the ESF under the existing publications? >> The search was conducted in the databases SciELO, LILACS and BDENF, using the descriptors: women's health, information systems, prenatal care and the key word SISPRENATAL. For the analysis of the articles sought to the units of meaning that make up the corpus of 10 selected articles. Results: highlight was the publication of a small number of studies, however, consider all the SISPRENATAL an important health information tool. Conclusion: SISPRENATAL has many weaknesses in their use, which must be overcome to ensure improvements in the quality of maternal and perinatal care.
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